Our expert says:
The visit to your gynaecologist is certainly highly recommended as he/she would be able to ascertain if there are any follicles suggesting that ovulation may indeed be occurring or not. Although this by itself is not a definite sign of fertility it would certainly together with a hormone profile be valuable. More importantly however is the possibility of tubal obstruction following the infection, as this is an extremely common problem post miscarriage. This will require investigation by means of either an X-ray called a HSG or alternately a laparoscopy done under anaesthesia. The added advantage of these procedures is the likelihood of clearing up any debris in partially obstructed fallopian tubes, which will certainly enhance your fertility chances.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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